Grout Recoloring Revitalizes Faded Grout Lines of Montgomery Home
August 27, 2015Ron Burgess, a proud owner of a 1,200 sq. foot home in the Woodlands area of Montgomery, noticed a peculiar coincidence when observing his kitchen floor: the color of grout lines on his kitchen floor were somewhat matching the dark brown stain finish on his wood kitchen cabinets. The problem was, they were not supposed to match! Years of dirt, kitchen grease, moisture and foot traffic affected the color and dried his grout lines to such a point, the light-colored grout lines turned dull, dark and dirty. The old, weathered grout lines were aging his home and making his kitchen look less appealing than it once was. To remedy the problem, Ron Burgess searched for Montgomery grout recoloring to find professional experts who could fix the issue. Upon doing his due diligence and researching companies, Ron settled on Sir Grout of Houston -- the years of experience and excellent feedback from previous clients made Sir Grout an easy choice for Ron.
Texas is known for its weather extremes. Damaging winds, snowfall, and hot, humid, stormy summers can put a strain on any surface. Foot traffic carrying winter salt and dirt particles into Ron Burgess' home added to the existing stress on any kitchen surface, aging and weathering the grout in Ron's kitchen. Sweeping and vacuuming is simply not enough: the daily damage done to grout by foot traffic, moisture, and time simply cannot be reversed with a good cleaning. As time passes, moisture and dirt warp and damage old grout, making the once clean, neat grout lines look old and discolored. Ron wanted clean, neat grout lines to once again grace the floor surface of his kitchen. Sir Grout of Houston was ready to help!
Upon arriving at Ron Burgess' residence, Sir Grout's trained grout recoloring team assessed the scope of the job, documented the pre-treatment state of the floor and formulated a plan. Upon closer examination, Sir Grout's team determined that the optimal result would be achieved through recoloring and sealing the grout with oak colored ColorSeal. ColorSeal is a tinted sealer that both fills and eliminates dirt-trapping pores found on grout lines. It creates a fresh, clean, water-resistant layer to protect the grout, all the while creating the appearance of new grout. Sir Grout prefers ColorSeal for grout recoloring jobs of various size and scope, and considers it to be one of the most effective sealants on the market. Sir Grout's ColorSeal is formulated by grout experts, and stands the test of time, every time. Sir Grout of Houston treats customer satisfaction with the utmost importance: we will do whatever it takes to get the job done right.
When the Sir Grout grout recoloring team was finished, Ron was very impressed with the results. The new grout lines were now light colored, clean, and fresh. Mr. Burk's kitchen looked years newer, and much to Ron's satisfaction, the grout lines no longer featured that disruptive dark brown coloring.
Customers like Ron Burgess can continue enjoying the fresh, clean grout recoloring for years. Grout does require occasional upkeep -- cleaning with appropriate products and minimizing dirt can prolong the life of original or recolored grout. Neglecting the new grout can potentially accelerate discoloration, fading, and drying, requiring more professional treatments.
When your grout seems old, weathered, and dry, perhaps it is time for grout recoloring. Turn to the Montgomery area grout recoloring experts -- Sir Grout of Houston. Fill out the form below to contact Sir Grout for a free evaluation today!
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